‘3FM Sunrise in Your Community’ makes its first stop at the Dome Market in the Ga East Municipality on Friday, July 29.
The outdoor edition of the Sunrise morning show on 3FM 92.7MHz is to draw the radio station closer to its listeners, who will share opinions on pertinent national and local issues, voice out their challenges, and solicit palpable solutions from them and the appropriate quarters as well as to gather feedback on operations and enhance brand visibility.
Friday’s outside broadcast (OB) programme is expected to provide an avenue for advertisers and sponsors to have direct contact with 3FM’s audience.
Thus, advertisers and sponsors have the chance to display their products and services at the venue, embark on market activation for product sampling and discount sales.
Public service institutions such as the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS), National Ambulance Service (NAS), Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), Public Utility Regulations Commission (PURC), Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) and Public Health Directorate of Ghana Health Service (GHS), among others, are involved in SUNRISE IN YOUR COMMUNITY to enable them assess feedback from the public and address their challenges.
Dome-Kwabenya Constituency has been in the headlines for some time now and topical is the absence of their Member of Parliament, Sarah Adwoa Safo, who doubles as the Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection.
The Majority in Parliament to which she belongs wants her seat to be declared vacant as the Privileges Committee of Parliament concluded work on some three absentee MPs.
As the people of Dome-Kwabenya and the entire Ga East Municipality rise with 3FM Sunrise in their community on Friday, July 29, Helen Appiah Ampofo, Alfred Ocansey, Johnnie Hughes and the 3FM reporters will be available to solicit their views.
Key among the guests will be Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Ga East Municipal Assembly Madam Elizabeth Kaakie Mann, who will be available to address the issues.
By Samuel Afriyie Owusu|3news.com|Ghana